All the Healthcare Services You Need, In One Place.
Queen Creek Health Center is dedicated to providing premier healthcare in one location for residents and visitors of Queen Creek, Gilbert, Chandler, San Tan Valley, and surrounding communities.
You and those you care for each have unique needs, from seasonal allergies to chronic illnesses. An important part of our philosophy is to provide as many services as possible in one location.
While there will still be times when you will receive a referral to an outside specialist, our hope is that through regular visits and preventive care we can provide the majority of your needs in-house.
Our Most Popular Healthcare Services
Annual Exam — Even seemingly healthy adults should see a primary care physician once a year for a physical exam, also known as a preventive visit. Young children, pregnant women and the elderly, and individuals with chronic conditions, may need to be scheduled more frequently.
Medicare Wellness Visit — If you’ve had Medicare Part B for longer than 12 months, you are entitled to a yearly “Wellness” visit to develop or update a personalized prevention plan to help prevent disease and disability, based on your current health and risk factors. Your provider may also perform a cognitive impairment assessment. You pay nothing for this visit if your healthcare provider accepts the assignment, however, if additional tests or services are needed during the visit, those aren’t covered under the preventive benefits.
Physicals — QCHC also conducts school, work, sports, and mission physicals for all ages. Our providers will complete all needed forms and we offer convenient, cash pay options for each. Please note that we do not currently offer Disability Physicals/Exams.
Vaccinations & Immunizations — We’ll help you and your family members stay updated on recommended vaccines not only during flu season but all year long. Vaccines are often associated with seniors and young children, but the reality is that almost everyone can benefit from obtaining appropriate vaccinations throughout their life.
Chronic Care — To ensure continuity of care, individuals with an ongoing medical condition should try to see the same primary care physician each time. Among the most common chronic conditions are:
Women’s Health — As a full-service medical practice, we take pride in providing the following sexual and reproductive health services for women:
- Well Woman Exams
- Routine Cancer Screenings
- Family Planning
- Preconception/Pre-pregnancy Counseling
- Screening and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Pregnancy Testing
- Pre- and Post-Menopausal Care
- Breast Mass Evaluations
Care for General Gynecological Concerns
- Vaginal infections
- Menstrual cramps
- Missed or irregular periods
- Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
- Urinary incontinence
- Urinary tract infections
Pediatric Care (Ages 3+) — As little ones grow and change, our providers make sure that each child has the best care possible. This includes:
- Well-child care
- Age-related screenings for physical, mental, and developmental health
- Sick care
- Care for chronic conditions
- School/sports physicals
- Depression or anxiety
We can also identify children with learning disabilities such as ADD/ADHD and provide a specialist referral.
Sports Medicine — Sports medicine focuses on prevention and treatment of injuries related to athletic endeavors and regular physical activity. Whether a high school or college athlete, professional, or weekend warrior, we work with those who want better results from their exercise program to regain full function following injury or to prevent the reoccurrence of previous problems.
Dr. Claflin is board certified in both sports medicine and family medicine and provides comprehensive medical care for athletes by helping to prevent and treat illness and injury. You’ll want to see a sports medicine physician if you:
- Have experienced an acute sports injury from a muscle, ligament, tendon, or bone from an activity or accident.
- Have a chronic sports injury. These develop over time and often come from intense training, untreated nagging injuries, or healed injuries that never got back to optimal strength and function.
- Want to prevent a sports injury.
Minor Procedures — A minor surgical procedure typically includes those that can be safely performed in an outpatient setting, without the use of general anesthesia or the need for respiratory assistance.
Telehealth Visits — Individuals who are immune-compromised or unable to travel can see their healthcare provider from the comfort of home with a consultation using their smartphone, tablet, or computer. During your consultation, your provider can talk to you about your health concerns, work on a care plan, and if needed, provide a prescription order while you remain safe in your home. Telehealth visits are the same cost as a standard in-office visit.
Urgent Care — If you have an urgent medical need, we can schedule your appointment quickly, usually the same day you call us so that you can get the care you need as soon as possible.